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NASHVILLE UNION AND AMERICAN, FRIDAY, MCEMJ5JSK 9, lou.
UBIOS AHB AMERICAN
j. p. GH&rFJB'lTII as CO
naUly t8, SemiTgccKty 4, Weekly 2
" ' FKI DAY, BCCEJIBER O -1 870.
Gold opened in New York yesterday
at 110, declined to 110J, and closed at
Tknnesbii: Bonds were quoted in lSfcw
York yesterday at 60 for the old issues
and 8 for the new.
Cotton vs. New York yesterday woPin
fair demand and prices advanced to 15c,
Tiik official vote in the fourth congres
sional district is as follows:
For John 1L Bright 11,827
For James Mullins 1,843
At the Southern Bazar held in Liver-
pool n October, 1864, a sword for Gen.
R. E. Lee was exhibited. At the Ken
tucky stall was a magnificent quart Bi
ble, which tome English gentlemen de
cided to purchase as a proper accompani
ment to the sword. In the Bible appears
the following inscription: "Presented to
Gen. Robert E. Lee by the undersigned
Englishmen, who not only admire his
rare talent as a military commander, but
lleo appreciate the Christian virtue dis
played by him in the conduct ot the
Tub Gallatin Examiner asks : "Will
Northern merchants and business,, men
favor the reconstruction of Tennessee?
Not if they look well to their own inter
eats. Reconstruction will force many
debtors to Northern merchants to Ukc
the benefit of the bankrupt law, and tho
creators will be the losers by the move
merit. This bankrupt act is still in force,
and ovcr-burdcncd debtors may avail
themselves ofyitsprovisioua at any time
by application to tho proper authorities.
The sntelligent business men of the North
fully comprehend their position and our
people may rest assured that we have no
reason to fear reconstruction from that
One of the most cnthusiaslicof t
Grant journals says ot tho message, "T
man who disnenscs with reading it
misses an opportunity to secure in a con
centrated form a vast amount of valuable
information." But the writer proceeds,
"We cannot say that even the most care
f ul reading will convince people that the
conclusions of tho message arc right, and
its recommendations all such that Con
cress should adopt." "The message
itself is not such a one as will be classed
among the great State papers of the na
tion." This from an enthusiastic admirer
must prove rather cold comfort for the
WnshinfTtnn. But in a dearth of
comforts he must learn to be contented
with the least.
THE MASSACHUSETTS VIEW
One of the boldest claims whfeh w
have seen made in favor of the present
infernal revenue system is to be found in
the report of Mr. Secretary BoutwelL
Hff insists that "the prosperous condition
of the country is largely due to the revc
nue systew established during the war, by
which (manufactures and mechanic arts
bnnn extensive! v established. It
has always been our nudcrslandiug that
Massachusetts prospered upon the misfor
tunes of her sister States, bu' Massachu
setts is not the country, though Secretary
Boutwcll may think so. A c think it al
together probable that Massachusetts is in
a prosperous condition, and we presume
that it is due largely, perhaps entirely, to
the ryenue system established during the
war. We are anitc certain that a more
iniquitous system never was perpetuated,
the profits of which go to the few to the
great cost of the many. Two more years,
3lr. Boulweli.and the Democrat y will cast
you and your revenue system over board,
Tt fivn real nrosncritv to the whole
THE DIM. RACED AUJIIK.VIj.
We print elsewhere the" letter of , Ad
miral Porter toGcu. Grant acknowledging
the authenticity of the letter to ex-Secretary
Welles, in which the Admiral expressed
very freely bis opinion of Grant. In this
letter the Admiral takes occasion to 63y
some pretty hard thifips of Mr. Welles,
which appear to be as gratuitous a3 he
now seeks to make it appear were his
' own aspersions of Grant. The Hartford
Couranl, speaking for ex-Secretary
Welles, says that neither Mr. Welles nor
his former assistant, Mr. Faxon, had any
agency in the publication of life Pprtir
letter, nor knows how it came to be pul-
lished; but it saye: "Secretary Wqllo!
as a general rule, would not receive 'per
sonal' letters upon oflicial matters, and
placed this upon tie." So it conns
some enemy in the Navy Department has
done this. The Admiral will be under
the necessity of apologizing to Secretary
Welles, if he is tho gentleman he claims
to be. The farther Porter go-s the worec
he appears to involve himself in this mat
tcr. The Washington correspondent
of the Boston Post relates the
scene that occurred when Ad
miral Porter called on Grant after tbe
publication of his Welles letter. Grant
was surrounded by his Secretaries, anl
ex Secretary BDrio was also prescn'. At
tho Admiral's entrance Grant laid down
the letter, and expressed his disbelief in
its authenticity: "I don't think the Ad
miral wrote it: but. if so, the assertions
arc unwarranted." Admiral Porter ap
preached the President, was received cur
diallv bv him. and said: "Mr. President
you have read that letter, I suppose An
affirmative answer was given, when the
Admiral continued: "Well, I don't know
whether I wrote it or not, but if I did it
must have been under circumstances that
any officer, with I t" vessels under l.in
command, and with many ililliculties lo
encounter, would have written. I vill not
be surprised at your lieing nnery. How
ever, it will not change my pers-nal
friendship for you, let rour course h
what it may.' The correspondent says
Grant was greatly surprised at the Admir
al's virtual acknowledgment. Ex Secre
tary Boric is a warm friend "f Poller,
and urged him t -.xign and publish n dis
clainic at once." The Admiral dcclica
lo do so, and vagnoly asserted that Gov.
llawlcy and ex Secretary. Welles were re
sponsible for the michicf. Subsequently
he wrote the hllcr of almol abject con
trition, which we priut to-day, acknow
ledging the authenticity of his Welles
.letter. Tin Post" correspondent t-lates
that in conversation with liicuds the
Admiral was still more deprecating
even stigmatizing the ktw i as Vi d d
bad letter, aiumuga I wrote it myself.",
"But believe me, lie ( niiniu-d ingcmi'
oasly, "this b is made mo Grant's friend
forever, let come of it what will." in
addition to. this ssverc lepcntunec, the
A&mral adds modest Abnegation. He
docs not care for the place of Admiral,
would be even content to leave the Navy,
wpIiv aidiue his own interests more
than ho can in the Navy. Following this
flood of repentant second-though comes
a scries of extracts from the Admiral's
private diary, printed in the Washington
Chronicle, for tho purpose of showing
tho high estimate in which he held Gen.
Grant at the very time he was scoring
him so unmercifully to Secretary Welles.
The poor fellow heaps disgrace uDon him
self at every flounder he makes.
THE PERIL OX-THE ItABICAlr
Disguise it as they may, the.Radicals.
feel a great deal of uneasiness as to the
situation of their party. Tho fall elec
tions have developed a weakness in tho
PQrant administration for which they seem
not to have been prepared. The Harris
burg (Pa. 1 State Journal, after claim
ing for the Grant. administration an ex
traordinary amount of credit, proceeds to
"With such a record for the Republi
can administration, it seems anomalous to
record Democratic triumphs such as the
elections of 1870 have given us. Two
thirds of the Republican majority in Con
gress is lost, and enough of the States
which voted for Grant in 1868, to change
the Electoral College to a Democratic
majority, have apparently condemned the
President. It is idle to impute these dis
asters to local causes. The immediate
issues may have been more or less local
in their character, but if tho administra
tion was as strong as it should be, and,
as from its public record, it deserves to
be, local causes could not disintegrate the
friends of tho President and reverse Con
gressional districts by platoons, and
States in every rcction of the Union.
The sycophants, who ever swarm aronnd
power, are ever ready to explain that de
feat means victory; but the independent
Republican press and the independent
statesmen accept the plain teachings ef
stubborn results, and seek for tho evil
and the remedy.
"That the Republican party is wanting
harmony of organization and unity of
purpose to an alarming degree, is a truth
too palpable not to be appreciated by the
administration and its sincere friends.
Such journals as the New York Post and
Commercial Advertiser, the Cincinnati
Gazette and Commercial, the Philadcl-
pma jnamrer and Telcaranh. the Pitts
burg Commercial, the Chicago Tribune
anu jccpuoucan, tnc St. iiouis Dan
ocrat, and scores oi. other able Repub
lican papers of lesser note, have criticized
the policy of the President with srreat
rigor, and clearly foreshadowed the dis
comfiturc the party has suffercl. A
number of the leading statesmen who
supported the election of President Grant
have taken issue with him on vital quci
lions of political policy. Senators Sum
ner and Ferry, of New England; Fenton,
of New York; Trumbull, Carpenter, and
bchurz, ot the West, and others less con
spicuou8 in the first council of the nation
have not concealed their disapproval of
admini.tration measures, and given the
moral force of their great names to widen
and deepen the discord that now prevails
in tnc ranks ol the administration party.
On all sides tho penis seem lo be re
cognized. Butler, the special champion
of the administration in the House, comts
before the country with a confession that
the great purposes of the Republican
party Havo been accomplished, and a tie
mand that it shall descend to mere politi
cal expedients, without rcirard to past
achievements, and make causeless war, if
necessary, to carry popular elections; and
the mousing Toliticians, who have been
flung into place by accident, or even less
creditably, crowd the halls of the White
House and demand public plunder as the
price ol Republican success. It were
needless to fay that both arc unprincipled,
and the worst foc3 of the Republican or
ganization. Butler's war policy would
consign the party lo a dishonored tomb,
The State Journal confesses that the
non office-hunting leaders of the Radical
party "have been but little known, and
less felt, in the counsels which dictated
the political policy of the administration.
The Philadelphia Iclcgraph (Radical)
declares: "These mcH are not the coufi-
dauts and counsellors of the adininislra-
tion, and the people distrust the Govern
ment that practically rejects them. It is
not from such men that tho Republican
patty received its crushing load of politi
cal llundcrs during the last session. They
djd not disgust and humiliate the people
by continuing the inquisitorial income tax
in order to gratify the lobby by n lieving
gross receipts of taxation. They did not in-
wnt St. Domingo jobs to mislead the
President and involve him in disrepute.
They do not advise that the industry of
tbe country be paralyzed to give us the
idle boast of reducing the public debt be
yond the necessities of the public credit,
and they do not bargain their votes for
lucre or patronage." According to these
Radical authorities, it is the veiy opposite
character of men who have influence
wiih Grant. The Telegraph cordially
confesses that "the lime has come when
Ihc Republican party must be restored to
the confidence of the people, or it must
accept a rapid decline and fall."
SOUTH CAIIOLINA ELECTION EX-
The Hon. rj. C. Bowcn, who arrived
recently in Washington from South Caro
lina, claims that ho has the strongest case
of a contested election ever brought be
fore any Congrcfs. The Washington cor
respondent of the New York Tribune
'He says that the worst election frauds
in New York arc not to lc compared with
those perpetrated in every part of South
Carolina. The State election law, which
was enacted iat March, affords every fa
cility to dishonest managers oivl super
visors of election. By its provisions tbe
Governor is directed to appoint in each
county a supervisor of elections, who, in
luni, appoints ilirec managcis in each
election prcciect After the polls are
closed the managers arc allowed to have
the custody of the ballot-boxes for three
day at the end of which time they must
make a return. In nnny cases in South
Carolina the managers of elections were
candidate! for the Legislature or for
county offices, and could, then fore,
dining the three daj-s that the ballots were
m their possession lix them to uut
Ibeimclvcs. Mr. Buwcn says that he can
prove that in many precincts the hallo's
cast by the people were taken from the
boxes by.thc managers and ot'n is substi
tuted for them before the tvuut was made,
and that when it was louu't that cvmi
then their opponents would not 1 de
feated, they fccialchcu the name3 of the
latter from the ballots in other districts
and substituted those of their own candi
dates The odIj place in Smith Carolina
where an honest eiiction was nciei was
Charleston, and there it took r lace under
the provisions of the new United Sta'cs
In 1808 Mr. Bowen's ma
jority m Charleston was about l.doo.
This year it was more than :j,00fi, aud
yct.Jeo great were tho frauds in the coun
try, that he was 'counted out' Tie esti
mates his rightful majority at about li',-
000. He thinks the Republican majonty
iu the State is f bout S 000. The majority
returned is about S0.000. The people of
Smith Carolina are very indignant that
they have no redress, and Mr. Bjwcii
doub's if the State will go Republican at
the next election."'
When the Democrats charged that cor
ruption and intimidation were practiced
t;t the election in South Carolim, Radical
jourpals at the North affected to disbe
lieve the statement Now wc have the
authority of a Radical, and a carpet-bag
ger at that, that the most outrageous cor
ruption was practiced. He promises to
develop the facts, and it is to be hoped he
The Philadelphia Tclcg raph (Radical)
confesses that Ih Pennsylvania the posi
tion of tho Radical party "is one of pe
culiar peril," and asks: "Has it no
leaders, clothed with its honors, to inter-.
fere and point the way lo safety and suc
cess?' and then answers its own question
savins "Cameron could not if he
would, and he would not if he could, for
Republican regeneration means the end
of the corrupt cnthralmcnt of tho admin
A dim'atcih from Dawson, Ga., states
that John Kelly, tiied for the murder of
Ool. C. T. Aui, has been acquitted.
ThtiSavaunah Jlcjmblican saj-s :
"This result may surprise the public
whose impressions of the homicide were
received from the published account of
the afftir. But gentlemen who have
visited that section recently and heard all
the particulars, inform us that the report
in the irSwspapcra was incorrect, and that
no impartial jury would find a verdict of
guilty in the case."'
THE CASE OF GOV. VANCE.
Gov. Vance, who was elected. United
States Senator from North Carolina on
the 29th ult., was serenaded on the even
ing of that day, and made a speech tak
ing strong ground in favor of moderation
and conciliation in the South, and an
honest support of the National Govern
ment He said:
"A great deal has been said of the
hypocrisy of politicians of the inirrati
tude of republics, but it is a principle of
numan nature mat that man who serves a
people faithfully in any position where that
people place him, be the cause right or
wrong, will be honored by them. I must
say that I feel that I have done 60.
was reared a Whig a party devoted to
the Union. As a Whig I fought disunion
and stood by the Union even until the
South generally, feeling itself asgrieved.
unionism became very unpopular. I still
adhered to it until my State, in her sovcr
eign capacity, attempted to dissever her
connection with that Union. ;i then
elected to go with my State, my kith and
kin. Havine: ioined the armv. I determ-
incd to scrwthe new cause with the same
unswerving zeal with which I had served
that of tho Union. I was called upon to
support acts which had not before, and
did not then, meet my approval, for the
cencral cood. I served as vour Governor:
I clung with you to the cause, antf did
not surrender my authority until the last
hungry, ragged Confederate had laid
down his arms. After the war terms
upon conditions were held out to the
people of the South. I would not accept
terms that would separate mc irom
you and the brave bovs who went at
your bidding. The longest road has a
turn. I did not wish to use until I could
rise with you. Thank God, that time
has arrived. We go up now. We may
go down again, and will go elown to
gether; and I will have with me good
company the best and bravest hearts in
the land with mc. Because our party has
been triumphant, there are some who
urgo retaliation. This should not be so,
The best antidote for tyranny, the
strongest weapon against it, is the enact
meat of iust and wholesome laws. Now
that we have the government of North
Carolina in our hands, we should not nun
to avenge ourselves for the overriding of
civil liberty among us, but we should so
arranco that it cannot happen again
sliouldscc to it that no Executive or
oiucr aiuuorny can again uutmpi 10 uea
troy out liberties. It behooves us now to
build "up the great principles of civil
libeityon the denial rock of our great
country. Let auger, revenge and retalia
tion be ignored, and let tho laws on your
statute book bear the impress ot a free
people determined legitimately to main
tain their freedom. In my place in the
Senate I shall endeavor to serve my great
State and my counliy with honor. That
I shall be admitted to serve you, scarcely
admits or a eloubt. The President's mes
sage, it is said, will foreshadow amnesty
and the recent election? show the hand
writing on the wait luero arc many
great statesmen among tho dommant
paity in Congress, representing large con
stituencies, among whem a tremendous
revolution m sentiment on these questions
has tsken place. Those men and the
great American people, after a long war
of blood and carnage, resulting in the
freedom of the AfricaD, will no longer
t iterate the enslavement of the Anglo-
The "political disabilities" of Gov.
Vance have not been removed, and ihe
Washington correspondent of the New
York Tribune fays "it is the general opin
ion that Congress will certainly refuse to
receive him now, and his admission to the
Senate is therefore regarded here by Re
publican Senators as very djubtful."
But the Tribune expresses the hope that
Gov. Vance's disabilities will be removed,
and that he will be admitted to his seat
"There is nothing to bo gained by re
n jecting the Senator elect It would not
effect a change in the minds or hearts of
his adherents. If they elected another
in his place, we might lose in candor and
honesty more than we would gain m ap
parent loyalty. hue Gov. Vance's op
pioions au'l principles aic as i.ad as pos
bible, in an abstract point of view, his
practical application of them is altogether
praiseworthy. He denounces proscription
and retaliation with commendable vigor.
He declares that cvciy law, both State
and national, should lie obeyed and re
spected by all. He is an honest, courage
ous, hard-headed man, with good inden
tions and imperfect lights. c believe
that such a man in thc-Sznato can do more
good than harm; and it might be difficult
to find any one who would more adequate
ly represent the average intelligence and
conscience of the blate."
Iu the Missouri election the question of
general amnesty wa3 at issue, and it was
carried by an overwhelming majority. It
is thought the result of this election
would influence the action of Grant,
and a report gained pretty general circu
lation that Grant would recommend a
general amnesty in his message to Con
grcss iiut he oiu not uo it. inat was
a little more magnanimity than he could
afford to exhibit just at this time. Now
comes the question whether proscription is
to continue for political opinions or party
affiliations. What difference between
Vance and Longstrect, or what valid rca-
lon for making any distinction between
rticcu? Bnth were "Rebils,"1 both fought
uaimt "the best Government the world
ever raw" with an tue zeal anu energy
they could muster, and both' held on until
tin- "rebellion" collapsed; but Longstrect
deserted his associates iu the war and
j .iced tho Radicals, and he is given a fat
office: while Vance stood by those with
wh'im he fought, and there comc3 in the
ilcmlit whether he will Le permitted to cc-
cuppy a public position to which lie has
bienj'lccted by the Legislature of his
State. The case of Gov. Vance will de
termine whether wc are to have toleration
of political opinions or mere Radical rule.
TSU: FI.OICIDA ELECTION.
An injunction was served on the Florida
B-wrd of Slate Commissioners at Talla-
ha.ssec on the 30th ult, at the instance
of Mr. Wm D. Bloxham, tho Democratic
candidate for Lieutenant Governor, rc-
a-mtaS them from concluding the can
vass anil eieciaiiag tno risan or tnu can
vass of the election returns now before
them, for Lieutenant Governor, members
of Copgreis, and members for the Senate
and Assembly of the Stale of Florida,
until the further order of the court grant
ing the lnjuciioc. ine gioznii upon
which the injunction was asked, was that
the board were proceeding with the count
and intended to'dedarc the result without
the vote of the returns having been re
ceived from the counties of Calhoun,
Sumter, Manatdcp, Dade, Monroe and
Brevard, as reported by the .Secretary of
State. Mr. Bloxham submits testimony
showing that the Secretary of State had
previously admitted having received the
returns fr.jnr Sural it. The object of the
injunction is to allow time to send mes
sengers to the counties named to bring up
the returns With these returns tho suc
cess of the Democratic ticket is insured;
whilo without them, Ihe Radicals have an I
apparent majority. Tuo impression has
prevailed for simif time that the Radicals
would attempt to cheat the Democrats
out of the cicclinn by just such a game
as'they arc aUcinp'ing to play. It is to
bohopcii that tii game has been ctTcct
Buixock appiars lo be as good at tak
ing care of his kin as Grant. "Wc sec it
stitcd as o fact that the Treasurer of
Georgia has recently paid.a five hundred
dollar warrant from tho hand of the Gov
ernor, in favor of Robert II. Brown, the
Governor's uncle, as compensation to the
la ler individual for the examination of
tho titles to the James property. Five
hundred dollars for a simple examination
of titles is pretty steep? hut what has be
come of the Attorney-General, whom the
Slate employs and pays a regular salary
for doing just such duties? Has Bullock
thrown him aside as incompetent?
rpHEEE HUNDRED AND EIGHTY FEET OF
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Nashville, all the right, title, claim and interest
that J. A.J. Clay, bankrupt, has In and to the
following acscriDta real cH-aiu, w.
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4, in section o, in me piaa vi mu uu ..
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less, and are bounded on the nortn Dy wm. Mar
tin, Jr. ; cast by N. Oooch, and on the west and
aouin Dy Mrs. a, . uoucu.
Alan thtrtv acres of land in the third civil dis
trict of Davidson county, purchased of J. A.
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Also eight seres of land in Ruther ford county,
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Furniture Business, we will soon be prepared to
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appointments. unanKing our menus lor ineir
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THE NEW FOOD SOUBCE-
SEA MOSS FAEINE. This new and
elegant preparation, made from Irish Moss,
or OaragTeen, ia conceded to be tho cheap
est, healthiest and most delicious food in
the world. As n delightful table dessert it
has no equal, and it is a light and delicato
food for invalids and children. It is supe
rior to all kindrod preparations.
This new article of food ha3 everywhere
won "golden opinions of all sorts of poo-
pie, and tho bouso-heepcrs of the land genu
orally regard it in the double light ol &
aiaplo necessary and a delicious luxury, for
'fhile it leadens tho expense of living, tho
exquisite dishes prepared from it cannot bo
obtained even al an extravagant cost from
any other source. For 25 cents you can buy
a package which will make sixteen quarts of
Blano Mange, and a like quantity of Pud
dings, Costards, Creams, Charlotto RusEe,
Rand Saa Moss Farina Goi,
03 lAltlC I'IjACE, N. V.
SPRING AND SUMMER TOXIC.
Medical treatment has been revolution
ized, and at last the discovery has been
made that Renovation, not Prostration, is
lite true Medical Philosophy. The intro
duction of PLANTATION BITTEBS.
prepared with pure St. Croix Itnm and
Calisaya Bark, opened tho oyes of tho
world to this great fact. The life-sustain-ing
principle embodied in1 this great Vege
table Itcstorativo is manifested in tho weak
and desponding by an immediate and most
encouraging change. If tho appetite has
failed, it is quickened; if digostion has
boon painful and imperfect, it becomes easy
and thorough; if the liver a torpid, it is
roused and regulated; if tho nervo3 are re
laxed, they are strengthened end restrung;
if tho brain has been haunted by morbid
fancies, they are put to flight, and hope and
cheerfulness return. In the face of tho ex
traordinary cures of general debility, dysn
pepsia, biliousness, constipation and men
tal despondency, wrought by Plantation
Bittora, no practitioner not in league with
death and tho.nndcrtakor could persist in
Tho torriblo ovacuents which were once
prescribed as tho spring and summer med
icines, have utterly lost their prestige. The
sick will not take them, and Plantation
Billow, 'in which aro combined tho ele
taenia of n stomachic, and invigorant, a
mild laxative, a nervine and an anti-bilious
specific, reign in their stead.
Sold by all druggists.
TO THE PUBLIC.
it P. JMKINS,
.o. 3!) iVortli lUarlcct t.t., Naalitillc,
HAS ON HAND A COMPLETE STOCK OF
Drugs, Medicines, Paints, Glass, Glass-
Oils, Varnish, Turpentine, Druggists
sunuries. rancy uuous, rcnumuv, ouaii
combs, etc., etc, Puro Brandies, 'Whiskies,
irlt..1 flin Tqtnaii.. Rum WIrpc rTnnlinl
etc, etc. Thef 3nest qualitfes of Green and
Black Teas, Tobaccos, Pipes in every variety,
Scotch, Irish, and Amciicin SnufiS, etc, etc..
which he will sell at triccs to defy competi
tion, nnd to which he respectfully invites the
attention of his friends and purchasers genj
Agent for Virstinln. Coal Oil, and pro
prietor of Jenkins' celebrated STOMACH BIT
TERS. No. 39 North Market street .
it. P. JENKINS, Druggist,
Importer and Wholesale Dealer.
oc2 3m Idp
ENOCH KORGAH'S SOUS'
It cleans Windows (without water): remov
ing stains Irom I'luroic anu i uim, pousn
ing KnlvcM. (no scratching) ; washing Dlblics;
scrubbing Floors, Floor cloth, Tables, Bath
tnbs, etc ; polishing Tin, Brass, Iron, Copper and
Steel Wares; removing Gum;, (JttI, Bust and Dirt
from Machinery. Indispensable for House Clean
ing, ami all on (eicept washing clothes). It costs
bnt a f w cents, and Is sold hy all good Grocery,
Drue and Notion Stores.
Bold wholesale at su Washington street, New
or, and 30 Oxford street, London. augTeodly
WHOLESALE DRY GOO DS1 M ER CH AN-TS,
NASHVJJLLE - - - TENNESSEE.
WE INVITE THE ATTENTION OF THE TEADB lO THE FOLLOWING: AN UNSUKPASSED
line "ot JEANS, CLOTHS, CASS lint HEX, XKIIUHllNGS ; SI1 AAVEN and
ARABS, in Plain and High Colors; NDIIIASind NET WOODS, of all kinds; CLOVKS
at,,! IlnKIKItVnf nil riesi-rintinns- FANCY nml PRI'K A ItT I 1 1. 1-:S for HolldnV
ea'cs: KLANttJSTS, 'lannlls sna Linsuxs, and in fact a full assortment oi :
PLE and FANCY liHYOOODS, all of which we will sell very cheap. We ask all
chants desiring to recruit their stocks to slvc us a cat'.
AU orders shall iiftre our special attention. FlKMAN A: CO.,
sa'ca; RLANKKTS. FLANNELS snd LINSE VS. and in rnrti full assortment of STA
PLE and FANCY IJKYOOODS. nil of which we will sell verv chean. We ask all Mer
utx t aw im
Sale of the Season!
BY THE FOOT OB ACRE.
A Clianco for Every One to Secure a
Home, on a Credit of One, Two
and Three Yctirs, -ivitU n Small
NO SECURITY REQUIRED !
Sale Positive and "Without Reserve.
Property Mast be Sold.
BARGAINS, Bargains, BARGAINS!
WEDNESDAY, DEC. 14,
I will sell from ONE to ONE HUNDRED AOBES
of the choicest Edgefield property, to the highest
bidder, for one-fourth cash, the balance In one,
two and three years. The property fronts on Lee,
Smith and Fulton streets, and is laid off in lots of
70 feet each, taking three lots to make an acre. I
will sell by Lot, or
or number of acres, to suit purchasers. This
property adjoins the Corporation of Edgefield, and
while it is convecicnt to the Business Centers of
Nashville and Eclgcheld,
It is Free from Corporation Taxes.
I consider this tho best chance ever offered to
men of smaU means to procure
Homes and. GardouS,
at a moderate cost. The time of payment is so
extended that no one will feel Che payments bur
densome. COME ONE! COME ALL!!
Omnibuses wUl leave the office of Johnscn &
Smith, (over Fourth National Bank.) at 10 o'clo ck
ji. it, on Wednesday.
JOHNSON & SMITH, Agents.
FOR MEN, WOMEN, MISSES AND CHILD
ren. from the best mikers. In very large
variety. Also a full lino of ladies' and gents'
of qualities not to bo surpased in any market.
THE MOST SEASONABLE BATES,
lly JOHN UA3IAGE & SOX,
No. 48 College Street.
"pHESE BITrEBS ARE OFFERED TO THE
Public not as a beverage, but as a first-class medi
cino for the euro of Iypcpsitt, Liver Com
plaint, Intermittent Fever, Indiges
tion, Fever and Ague, Costivcncfcu,
and all periodical Diseases ; an active becufeb
akt, agood tonic, and a mild puboative. Ihey
hare been tested for several years, and the follow
ing are a few of the many certificates of their vir
tue and efficacy, coming from well-known citizens
in our midst.
READ THE TESTIMONY :
Nashville. Feb. 1. 1870. M. 0. Cotton Sir: In
running as Engineer on the Nathvilie and Deca
tur Boad. and In tho South during the late war, :
was much exposed to malaria, and my health be
came very dm. acoui eignieen monins ago i naa
to stop work. I commenced taking your "South
ern Btar Stomach Bitters," from which I found
almost immediate relief. I resumed work, con
tinued to take your Bitters, and have been in per
fect neaitn ror more man iweivo monies, wniie
many of the employes have lost time from having
cuius ana lever. 1 recommcna inpso umers as a
preventive of fever and ague, and the best stomach
preparation i cave ever useo.
Engineer N. & D. R. R.
NAsnvnjjc. Jan. 28. 18701 have used "Cot
ton's Southern Star Stoacach Bitters," and have no
hesitancy In saying that it is tne best Tonic I ever
used. My business is Buch -that I am exposed a
cTpit deal, and nave inea various outers, ionics
dt. but this is the best appetizer and strength-
ener I have ever found; and to my friends and the
public generally, I most cheerfully recommend
the use of this preparation, honestly believing
they will ce greatly oeneniiea inereoy.
Nashville. Fob. 3. 1870. I certify that I have
nind various stomach and tonic bitters, bnt cone
have given so sure and speedy relief as "Cotton's
Soulnern otar momacu Aimers, aj a luuac ana
irpntl narrative nothing ever cave me so much
relief in so short a time. Tho bitters cured me of
a very violent cold in twenty-four hours.
n. m ttiuniiioina.
Nashville. Jan. 25. 1S70. I have need " Cot
ton's Southern Star Stomaah Bittera,"acd as a
tonic and gentle purgative, i nave never iouna
anything better. . ajaaj;.
x uo wv. 1W w.
KisnviLLE. Feb. 7. 1870. I hsd been suffering
savereiv for about a week, with painter's choiic,
wrjen I got a DOtuo oi "uoiron a cKrameru atar
Htfimacn iillieir. " wuicii euureiy rcueteu jm j
Tinheaitatinelv cronounco the bitters the best med
iclne lor mo Biomacn anu uov, euiiu&t a nave eTer
taken. wsi, x. auten, rainier.
Nashville. Feb. 15. 1870 We have used "Cot-
ton'ii Southern Star Stomach Bitters." and recom
mend them to all afflicted with dyspepsia, heart
burn or Indleestlon. as a sum and speedy cure :
and as a gentlo purgative nothing we have ever
used is tetter. u.rit.uuou.1,
A. Al. U1U.IUUAU3,
rrop's Sonlh Nashville Planing mils.
For ssln hv drngzists Generally.
Wholfsalo by EWIN, PENDLETON & CO., and
LITTEBER & CABLE R.
Principal depot and manufactory, 231 Houtn
Cherry street, Nashville, Tenn.
fob20eodtf 8oIe Proprietor.
Offer to Package Buyers oslt, their
188 OHUEOH ST,,
"QUAKER STYLES" are suitable for every LaJy
ola and young tney are proper ior au seasons
they never go out of fashion.
For Sale by Beading Jobbers through the West
Retailers aud Consumers should ask for
Eichmond's "Quaker" Prints.
GEAPE VINES AND EEUIT TEEES
At Cox's Vineyards mid Fruit Fnrius,
A AAA GBAPE YINE3 I'BOrAuATED
rnl.UlMj from our own besrina Vinejard.
Btric.iy first-chus pknts consisting of: Ives, Con
cord, Norton's, Virginia, Delaware. Disua, Clinton,
Hartford, Prolific, Union, VU1ir, Cataw. a, Isa
bella, S cuppernons and Its varieties, viz : Thomas,
Flowers, Sugsr and Tender Pulp. Aho a fine lot of
young APPLE, PEACH and PEAB TREES; allot
which will be sold CHEAP FOB CASH or approved
piper. For tnioraauon, aaoresa;
or JOStPH DUNLOF,
TEON k WmTFORD, MANUFAOIUKEBS
and wholesale df alsra in all kinds of IRIZE
CAN DIE?, No. 25 Dcaderick Street, HashviUe,
Flannels! Flannels! Very Cncap
BLANKETS, $3 PAIR; FURS, 82.25 SETT;
Kid Gloves, B0c; Table Lineru. Napkins
anil Doylies, very cncap. Liauics- Aoys- anu
Gents' Underwear very cheap. Shawls and
Drcs Goods at New York prices. Gray Twill
Flannel, 15c; Opera Flannel, 50c: Irish Linen,
25c. Our Boot and Shoe ticpanmcnt is luny
supplied with the very best homo-mado: work,
and lowest prices in Nashville
Philadelphia Store, 6' and M College street
dec41w BLAKE & McLAUCrilLIN.
SUFI'S OFFICE, W. UNN TELEGR PH . CO.,
KAsnviiLE, Tess., Ptc. 8, H70.
1 A AAA CEDAR POLES WANTED. -TITE
J U.UUU undersigned will receive bids for
the delivery at New Orleans or vicinity, by or
before July 1, 18H, of 10.CW Cedar Poles, twenty
flve feet long and five inches in diamrter at the
smallest end. None smaller will be accepted.
decS-dlw&wlt S. W. TRABUE.Snp't.
No. 1 Hicks' ijiock.
FIRE FARM257 ACRES!
Seven Miles from Lebanon, Tenn.
QN SATURDAY, DEC 17, 1870,
On the premises, I will offer to the highest and
best bidder, tho
Calhoun Farm of 257 Acres,
situated about seven miles from Lebanon, Tenn.,
between the Hartsvllle and Big Spring turnpikes,
and one mile from each Tho dwelling honaes on
the farm aro very good indeed, and the land is
most excellent, and the place la abundantly sup
plied with tbe best of drinking and stock water.
This farm lira nearly on the line of the Nash
Tl'le and Cincinnati BiUroad as surveyed, and
which Company has been organized. Tno prop
erty belongs to the Planters' Bank, and must fte
sold to wind up the affairs of that Institution.
SALE AVITHOUT RESERVE.
Tbe farm can and wiU be divided to suit pur
chasers, if desired. "A bargain may be expected.
One-fourth cash; balance in one, two and three
years, without Interest. Security and a lien for
purchase money required.
DW RD I. GOLLADA7,
nov20-d&wtd Att'y for Planters' Bank;
BY VIRTUE OF A DECREE OF THE CHAN
cery Court or Davidson county, Tenn., I will
sell at public auction on the premises in the city
of Nashville, on
TUESDAY, DECEMBER 20 INST ,
at eleven o'clock a. m. cno lot fronting 25 feet on
Cherry street, next to the MAXWELL EOCSE,
and one ether lot, 25 feet front, on Cherry street,
adjoining the lot of R. B. Cheatham, both run
ning back about 169 feet to Overton alley.
TIio Sale will be L'osIUvo mid Abso
lute. The Comrrissloner, by the decree of the court,
is fully authorized to make title without further
action of the court. This proper y is in the very
HEART OF NASHVILLE, adjoining the FINES!
HOTEL In the Southwest and will enhance rapid :y
Terras: One-fourth cash; balance one, two and
three years, for note- payable in bank, bearing six
per cent, interest, payable semi-annually.
Now is the time tol invest in first-class central
city property. Buy while it is so very cheap, and
improve or sell when g advances.
WM. WILLIAMS, Commissioner.
Xtf Ilrowns A: Cliciitliain. Ap'ts ,
dec7-2w 64 North Cherry Street.
THIS IS TO GIVE NOTICE THAT JAMES
Wheless, of Davidson county, Tennessee, has
filed in the office of tho Clerk of this court h b pe
tition for discharge, and that it was thereupon
ordered by the court that a hearing be had upon
the same before Alex. S. Bradlev, Esq.. Register,
on the 22d day of December, 1870, at 11H A. M., at
the office of the Register in Bankruptcy, in Nash
vUle, Tennessee, and that ail creditors who havo
proven their debts, aud other persons interested,
may appear at said time end place, and show cause,
if any they have, why the prayer of said petition
naouia not uo grantee, ana tnat inc second ana
third meetings of said creditors will be had beforo
tbe Register at the same time and place.
E. R. CAMPBELL, Clerk,
U. 8. Dist. Court, Mid. Dist. of Tenn.
pWO NICE DWELLING HOUSES INEDGE-
One splendid rosidenceln the city, on Summer,
between Union and Cedar, suitable for a boarding
house very cheap.
One dwelling house, just completed, with a'l the
moaern improvements; gas ana water au tnrougn
One store house on Market street, between
Church and Broad.
Also, a number of other houses for sale or rent
Apply to HICKMAN" & ROBERTS,
Real Estate Agents,
dec2 tf No. 6 Maxwell House Block?
N. L. Greenfield,
Nos. 15 & 17 College Street,
WHERE OAN ALWAYS BE FOUND A COM
plete Stock of Superb Sets and lower grades
of work of the best qualities in great variety, to
which we invite the attention of all parties to call
and examine. novll tf
e. 5. srunLccx. oeo. j. ooodbich. j. sr. srunLocs
S. B, Spurlook&Oo.,
Sot, 33, 34 and 3S ;itroail Street,
TSTE ARE GLAD TO INFORM OUR NUMEROUS
I V catkin friends and planters ccnerallv. that
we have scoured in addition to our Grocery Hou3e,
the large and commodious Warehouse formerly
occcpiea oy i.tuu, unauooum a uo., ana arc now
prepared to store iOjOOO Jlale of Cotton.
Grain and Produce.
We will a'so die our attention to the sale and
storage or uram, etc. ; will case liberal advances
on au consignments.
ICopo and Bagging.
We are prepared to furnish Planters and Oinnera
with Ropo and Bagging, or Iron Ties, at lowest
Tn nnr iriwnM. f.niTi ... .... It...
shall strive to maintain our position with the first
class housos of tho city, and trust by close atten
tion to business to merit a continuance of the libe
ral patronage heretofore received. ane28-tf
McOEEA & CO.,
COTTt-IV . ACTOTiS
General Commission Merchant,
No. 42 SPRING BROOK BLOCK, MARKET ST.,
WOULD RESPECTFULLY ANNOUNCE TO
our friend that, with increased fsdlitles.
we are propated to haudla all kinds ofproduce, on
as favorable terms as any first-class Hous9 la the
city. We pay cspcc'al attention to tbe
Storage aud Sale of Cotton,
and keep always on hand a largo stock of Bagging
ana xioa, aiso urain bscxs.
Wca-e.alro. WH OLE SALE AGENT B for
"Eaelo ITli lis"' Standard Yarns. Battlniraial
Cotton Rope, of which we win have An ampte
stock throughout the season, aud which will be
supplied to the trade on favorsblaerai?
We will cay tho HIGHEST MARKET PRICE for
WOOL of all grades. McCREA & CO.
GAHYEB COTTON SINS.
JUST EECEIVED A LARGE LOT OF THE
above Cotton Gins. The great improvement
consists in their baring been made to run light
with greater speed tnan Heretofore, inest uins
are superior to any ethers brought to this comitry
Samples can be seen of them at our Warehouse, t".
and S9 OoUtge street, N&shTllio,
lV13-tf fV;.' - AW-K l-O
Dwelling lor Kent.
THE EE5IDESCE AT TSE3ENT OCCUPIED
bv the Misses Barrv. on North Snmmer
street, between Church and Union, will bo rented
for the ensuing year. 3. D. MORGAN,
dec4-tt ro. its jortn Bummer street.
FOR BENT for 1871,
rpHE FARM OF MRS. E. a OODEN,
at present occupied by C. O'Donnel, situated in
the 18th district, near the Diekenon pike, and
about one mile from Edgefield, containing 130
acres. For terms, etc., apply to
novlB lawSt Tn ARTHUR C. WHITE. Agt.
J. B. EEISKELL
WILL PRACTICE IN THE SUPREME COURT
, CHANCEKVSAJLB OF
AS ""SPECIAL CXllCSlSSrOiJBKS AP-"
pointed by the Honorable Court of Chan
cery, sitting at Franklin, Tennessee, and by
vittuo or the order or said Court, we of
fer for sale at public auction at tbe courtnouso
door in Franklin, on Monday, the 2d day ot
January, 1871, the valuable property known as
the Do Graffenreld farm, being the same upon
which Gen. M. F. De GraCenreid lived at the
time of hl3 death, and which is now. -sold Jor
division ; said tract of land contains about 7P0
acres, and is strictly first class land; about
one half is in cultivation, balance well tim
bered. This land is well watered, several
good springs' and running- water, and as a
gras , grain or stock farm, has no superio in
the State. Is also as good cotton land as any
in thU locality. Improvements are first clais
consisting of a brick dwelling with ten rooms
and g od cellars, btick kitchen and laundry,
several good frame dwellings Tor hands, etc.,
gin house, stables, carriage house, ice house,
etc, etc. A large portion of tho fencing U of
stone and will last for all timo to come. -a ho
neighborhood I all that could be desired. And
being only two miles from Franklin, the
county seat of 'W'iUiamson county, cn the
Lewis burg turnpike, convenient to the Nash
ville and Decatur railroad, it has every-facility
for transportation. And being only one
hour's travel (IS miles) from Nashville, par
ties are enabled to transact business in the
cityrreturn th same day. Taken all together
this Is one of the most desirable farms and
homes m the State, and persons desiring to
purchase a beautiful borne or a lino farm are
invited to make aporsonal inspection of this
property. A survey plat of said land will bo
exhibited on tho day of sale, and a division
thereof made to suit purchasers.
TEEMS Five per cent in cash, balanco pay
ablo in one. Iwo and three years. Notes with
good security, bearing interest from date, and
Persons wishing to examine this property
with a vi w to purchasing cin find M. F. De
GraffeLrcid on the premises, or W. K. Win
ttead, Clerk and Maaier of the Chancery Court
at Frank iu, Tennessee, or Wm. M. Daniel, of
Clarksville, Tennessee, will furnish all de
w. e. wasstead, a & sr.,
M V. Dk GKAFFJJNBEID,
Wm. M, DANIEL,
A. H. HURLEY.
E. B. GLASCOCK.
HURLEY & GLASCOCK,
Receiving, Forwarding-, Storage and
Nos. 13 and 75 Broad Street,
WOULD RESPECTFULLY INTORM OUR
friends, and especially the planter aud pro
duce merchant, that we hare opened a house for
the purpose of transacting a strictly Commission
and Produce Business in all Its various branches.
We havo secured a large, safe and commodious
house, and are prepared to store and sell
Hogging- and Bopc,
We will flU all orders promptly and guarantee sat
isfaction. We would respectfully solicit a share
of patronage, and refer to the bankers and busi
ness men of the city as regards our responsibility
and promptness. novZ7-tf
WE RESPECTFULLY ANNOUNCE TO OUR
friends and patrons that our Restaurant Is
open for the fall season, and will be constantly
supplied with Fish, Game and all the delicacies
of the season.
We are prepared, as usual, to accommodate a
large number of day boarders, and have a num
ber of furnished rooms for the accommodation of
Persons visiting the Fair and the Races can find
excellent accommodations at the Merchants' Ex
change. The boat Baltimore Oysters always on hand
and families suppUed with any quantity on short
The Bar of the Merchants' Exchange Is supplied
with the beet of Wines and Liquors, and is open at
aU hours day or night.
sep2t-3m JONHABD BROTHERS.
County Court Clerk's .Sale.
E. A. Mathcs, Adm'r, etc., vs. O. P. Harrison,
BY virtue of a decree of the County Court of
Davidson county, Tenn., rendered in the
above cause at its November term, 1870. 1 will
offer at public outcry, at tho court-house
door in Nashville, on SATURDAY, the I7ih
day of December, 1370, at 12 o'clock J, the
following property belonging to the estate of
Felix G. Harrison, deceased, viz. : An undivided
one sixth interest in 200 acres land in 0lh dis
trict; also an undivided one-sixth interest in an
80 acre tract in sime district, a description of
wnicnwiu oe inrnianea at any time Dyua un
dersigned. Terms One hundred dollars cash, and balance
on cTeoit 01 one ana two years, witn interest;
Notes with approved personal security required
.urn ueii rvLaiuuu.
nov2Gtd W. G. EWIN. Clerk,
UNTIL PIKE, Si WD
11 A3im,Toivt omo.i
Opera House Drawing,
To lie Drawn Dec. 31, 1870.
OPERA IIO USE COJimiSSIONEItS,
nov29-lmJ Hamilton, Ohio.
The Farmer's Favorite.
BICKFOKD & HUFFMAN
With th Improved Guano Attachment and Grass
A CONTINUOUS GRAIN DISTRIBUTOR.
The Dlsideratum of Seeders t
-Perfect in Mechanical Construction I
Perfect In its Perforzssnce of Work!
Sotting all grains, from the coarsest Marrxmfat
Pees to the finest kerneled.'triUi aaraw. Thlstls
balls and dirt do not dog it. Seeding an even
continuous stream through each tube; peformicg
eqsaiiy wen up mu or nown, sias mil or level.
No Bunching of Grain 1
No Liability to Get Out of Order or Broken'
Built as a plain Grain Drill or with Oompcstot
Seed Attachment. ' For one of these incomparabls
macoines, aaarcrs. w. At. AibUiiUiUiAAai,
sar3-: No. W a Oharlcx st, Baltimore. MO,
COUHTY COURT CLERK'S SALE.
Elizabeth Tynes vs. A. P. Grinstead tt als.
BY VIRTUE OF A DECREE OF THE COUNTY
Court of Davidson county, Tenn., rendered
at its November term, 1870, in the above cause, I
wui oucr fc puouo auction, on
Saturday, 24th Day of December, 1870,
at 12 o'clock at the Courthouse door In Nash
ville, tne following described property, belonging
to tnu estate oi uuas. au Anes, accessed, to-wit :
A tract of f 0 or 90 acres land in tho Sth civil dis
trict fg this county, bounded on the north by the
lauds of Ira Burnett, south and west by Vanleer
lands, and on the east by Cartwrlght's and Aid
TERMS Enough cash to pay crart cos's, ad
vertising and attorney fees, etc. ; balance on a
credit of twelve and eighteen months, with inter
est and lin retained.
Sold subject to widow's dower.
doc2-tds W. G. EWIN, Clerk.
Southern Depot !
Window Shades, Etc.,
WH0LE3ALE AUD BETA1L.
WE NOW HAVE IN STORE, AT THE Man
ufacturers' Southern Depot, the
largest stock of
Wall Paper, Window Shades, Etc.,
ever offered In this city, which we offer to the
Trade at Eiastcrn Prices.
Oar stock Is fresh and complete, and prices
Call and examine cur goods.
JOHN W. HILL ft CO.,
22 South College street,
nov3-3m between Church and Broad.
C0Ul.Tr COURT AT NASHVILLE.
Mary O. and W. A. Williams vs. John Morgan
AT TUE OFFICE OF THE CLERK OF THE
County Court at Nashville, on the 3d day of
Dflcamber. 1B7. on motion of complainants, bv
counsel in the above ciuse, and it appearing to
the satisfaction of the Clerk, that the said defend
ant, John Morgan, is a non-resident of the State
of Tennessee, and therefore tbe ordinary process
of this Court cannot be served upon him ; '
It ia therefore ordered bv the Clerk that pub
lication be made for four weeks in succession in
tbe Nashville Union and American, a newspaper
published in the city of Nashville, requiring the
said defendant to appear at tho next term of the
County Court to ba holden for the county of Da
vidson, at tne uourtnouse thereof, in tne. city or
Nashville, on ths first Monday in January next.
and answer said bin, or tho same win bo taken for
confessed as to him. and set for hearing ex parte.
aeci-iawii nun u. u. unui, uiera
FIKST NATIONAL BAM
Wo. 65 Nortn CoUege SrtccU
DESIGNATED DEPOSITORY OF THE UNITED
StatM ror Middle Tennessee;
SUKPI.OS..; 00,000. .
DIRECTORS SL Burns, CLE. Parsons, A. Q.
Banford, A. O. Ewing, Michael Vaughn, N. K.
-Becelvea Deposits ; deals In Foreign and" Domes
tic Exchange, Gold, Silver and Government Se
curities. Coilectlcn made and remitted- for on
day of payment at correct rate of Exchange. BeT
enug Stamps for sale, M. BURNS, Preat.
E. G. JAMISON, Cashier. jonU rp ly
PEMBERT0N, TAYLOR & CO.'S
Globe Flower Cough Syrup,
Taylor's Anti-Dyspeptic Elixir,
Taylor's California Fever and
Kosthchild's Pile Ointment,
and their unrivaled PERFUMERY, can be had at
the stores of EWIN. PENDLETON CO.
WM. H. LEIOKHARDT.
KINKADE, HANDLV & 00.
Nashvflle, Tenn., Oct. 20-tf
Gr. XX. WESSEIL. & SON,
Bakers and Coniectioners,
ALSO, DZALX2S TX
Fancy Groceries', Fruit, Nats, etc.
Importer of winea, I.lqnora,
AJo and I'orter,
See. 13 and IS Union Btreet,
THEY RESPECTFULLY INFORM Til El K
friends and the public generally, that they
cave reduced the Wholesale Prices of
CANDY AND CICACKERS.
We are also making a fine quality of BREAD,
which our wagons are ready to deliver to any part
of the city, or.ship to fill orders for any other point.
We also keep fun sup; lias of fine Imported
Toas, Winca smd Liquors, Scotclt
Alea and London I'ortcr.
Also, Frul U, Pints, Bsbtei, PIckJea,
Canned FrnJta of tS kinds,
Oysters, Sardines, Catnips, Saucs
Cheese, etc., etc.,
which e are offering at greatly reduced pric
and to which we Invito the attention of the Trade
G. II. W ESS EL ic SON,
BT Wedding and Party orders promptly a
ended to. sprl-tf
Tio. 33 North College Street,
Cor. Cedar and Public Square,
KEEPS A FINE ASSORTMENT OF ALL
Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals, eta , etc
Just received a fresh supply, embracing articles
of all kinds in the Drug line.
Also, Dr. Thornton's English Kid
nay Medicine, the best remedy ever offered
for removing stone from the bladder, or for regu
lating any derar gement of the genital system.
Also, the celebrated ALL-HEALTNG SALVE for
bruises, rvelllngs and boils. nov8 ly
SAM. H. WHITTHOBNE,
(late or Bmiiiiim,)
-ATTORNEY A.T XaATW,
No. 78,V North College Street,
JOEL A. BATTLE C& 8. M. J0ITES,
THIS WELL KNOWN HOUSE H IN
thorough repair, and the proprietors are de
termined to sustain its high character, for being
FIRST-C LASS in aU respects. The traveling pub
lic will find every comfort, and no pains will be
spared to make the guests of the CITY HOTEL at
nouKwlta 5 JOEL A. BATTLE & CO.
A BOOS FOB THS MLLLI0H!
A Private Counsellor to
theMarried cr these about
to marry, on the physl
olosical m-rsterles and
revelations of the sexual system, with the latest
discoveries in producing and preventing offspring
preserving the complexion, etc.
This. Is an interesting work of 221 paces, with
numerous engravings, and contains valuable In
formation for those who are married or contem
plate marriage ; still it Is a book that ought to be
under lock and key, and not laid carelessly about
Bent to any one (free of postage) for Fifty Cents.
Address Dr. Butts' Dispensary, No. 12 North
cignui street, fit. Axnus, sia.
Notice to the AJjlicUd and Unfortunate.
Before applying to the notorious Quacks who
advertise in public papers cr using any Quack
remedies, peruse in. uuiu wore, no matter wnat
your disease is, or how deplorable your condition.
Dr. Butts can be consulted personally or br
mail, on the diseases mentioned in his works. Of
fice, No. 12 N. Eighth street, bet, Market, and
unestnni. to. uotus, mo. mayaawsiy
IjOMS- to YOUKCIIILDKEN.
THE GESAT SOOTHING SEMEDl,
Mrs. (Cures Collo ana uripui in) Pries
WtrrrcoHB I -(the Bowels, and facilitates
eyrup line process oi xeeuung.
Mrs. (Subdues Convulsions and
WHTroostB'fl J, ovorccmca tra diseases lnci-
Syrup I dent to Infants and children.
Mrs. (Cures Diarrhea, Dysentery'
Wsttcoscb's and Summer Complaint in
uyrnp lunucrcn or au ages.
It is the Great Infants' and Children's
Remedy In all disorders brought on by Teething cr
any otner cause.
Prepared by tue Bmnos iUCDimriE CO.. Bt
Louis, Ma Sold by druggists and dealers In medi
cines everywhere. maa tuwlr
NASHVILLE, TENN., NOV. 10, 1870.
ALL PERSONS HOLDING CLAIMS AGAINST
the City of Nashville, whether in the form of
Checks, Matured Bonds and Coupons, Judgments,
Audited Accounts, or othirwise. will nlessa file
minutes of the same, at as early s date as practi
cable, with the Financo Committee, which win be
in session on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays,
from 10 o'clock a. m. until 12 if., at the Mayor's
Office. Filed statements of debt will bo taken no
for consideration, in the order in which they are
By order of tho Finance Committee.
nov27-2w D. F. CARTER, Chairman.
Nos. 103 and 10S North College Street.
THAT FIEST-CLAS3 HOTEL HAS RECENTLY
undergone thoroush renair. and now enters
upon the winter campaign with every convenience
for guests. The finest front room, suitable for a
family or single boarders, can be had. The fare
la the beat, and priors low. Single meals, 50 cents ;
lodging B0 cents ; or board $2 per day. Rememser
it is convenient to the depots. seplS-sm
Wilcox & Gibbs'
S. M. CO.,
No. 123 rChuroh. Street,
W. 1X. POLLOCK,
THIS MACHINE HAS GIVEN UNIVERSAL
satisfaction. AU who have used it speak of it
in the highsst terms. It was Gen. Lee's favorite.
We will take great pleasure in showing this ma
china to the ladles of NashvUle, and all others
wishing a first class machine This Is the, only
Southern invention represented in Nashrnie.
AGENTS WANTED for Middle and East Ten-
nessee and North Alabama nov23-tf
Southern Pamp Warehouse
E.STAB1.I3IIED IN 1852,
handelicrs ! Chandeliers ! !
TTTE HAVE JUST RECEIVED THE LARGEST
V Y and most elegant stock of Chandeliers that
has ever arrived in the Nashville market, com
prising tne latest productions or tee best manu
facturers in the East in Chandeliers. Hall Lights.
Toilft Lights, Drop Lights, PorUble Gas Stands,
Pendants, Brackets, etc., eta; and parties fnmiah
ing would do well to call and inspect before pur
chasing; as we are offering them at prices which
cannot be beat.
List of Leading Articles Kept in Stock.
PIPES, ETC. Iron Pipes, all sixes, for sat.
steam and water; Galvanized Plpo, Light Cast-iron
Pipe, Lead ripe, vitnnea ixay npe, ana fittings
for all the above kinds; Sheet Lead, Pig Lead,
Block Tin. Sheet Zinc Bath Tubs. Wash Stands.
Water Closets, Hot Wate Boilers, Iron Sinks, Hoss
with couplings; Basin Cocks, Shampooing Oocki,
Beer Cocks, etc.
I trrrl 1S, ETC. Artesian Pumps. Deep Well
Pumps, Lift Pumps, Cistern Pumps, Force Pumpr,
Wooden Pumps, Cnaln Pumpsle Pumps, Hydraul
ic Rams, Hydrants, Steam Ouages, Steam Whistled,
Steam Traps, Globs Valves, Stop Oocaj, Oil Olobei
and Cups, Cylinder Cocks, etc.
Ncs. 71 fc 73 N. Cherry st, Nashville, Tens.,
covll UUmay26 Soar New PoatoQce,
3lT old business house No. 17. on th
Public Squars, opposite the upper end of the
mai ket house, for ono or mora vears from first of
January next. Its admirable location makes it
one or tno most desirable business houses In the
city. For terms, applj to
Or to A. H. & W. P. HunLET, JIaxweU House.
Moved from 23 Square to Lewis Block, corner, of
Church and Summer.
Office Corner roots, TKo. 1 Second Floor,
GENERAL AGENTS FOB
Sycamore JJfanulactariHg Co.,
Manufacturers of aH kinds of
BLASTING & SP0RTEIG POWDEE.
TXTS ABE PREPARED TO FURNISH THIS
W superior Powder in large quantities and at
low rates, guaranteeing ttaqujty eo,U not
superior, to any rtta to the Vrtua
States. Parties using Powder win consult their
Interest by calling cn us. ..
Tho sycamore Jlanuincmrinjf Co.
have demonstrated the fact, that Powder of all
grades can be manufactured SOUTH, of as good
quality, and furnished at as low prise, as to any
other Bectlor, and as tins Is so, they confidently
rely on the patronage of the South.
E. McIVEB & CO.,
General Agents, No. 12 Cherry street,
oct30-3ra Nashville, Tenn.
ftaslmlle and Cairo Packet
TYKOXB, JOHN IUMSDJEN
ONE OF THESE FINE STEAMERS WILL
leave Nashville every MONDAY, WEDNES
DAY and FRIDAY, at i o'clock y. it, taking first
and second-class passengers
At Reduced Bates,
to Et Louis, Chicago, and all points on ths Mis
souri river; also to Memphip, Napoleon, Vlcks
burg, Bed river, and New Orleans, and signing
through bffls of lading to all tire above points.
Freights taken to all avaiiaQe points on the Ar
kansas and White rivers.,
FiratClass Tickets to ths following
points, including State-rooms, without ceals:
TO St. Louis X HO CO
Cairo..... - .... ... 0 00
Memphis ., , , 10 0O
New Orleans 13 00
Second'CIoss TIc&ets to the following
To Sr. Louis .6 00
Memphis. S 00
New Orleans ... 10 00
The TYRONE, Barman, Master, leaves cn Man
The JOHN LTJMKDEN, Davis, Master, leaves ca
The TALISMAN, Slmms, Master, Ieavu oa
For freight or passage, apply on board or to
WM. BOYD, Agent,
Nos. 44 Front street,
HARRISON & SON.
OCtlS-tf HARPER k ARTHCH.
B. J. GK003IES & CO.,
AND DEALERS IN FIRST CLASS
Metallic IlurinI Cases nnd Caskets
EINEST HEAE8ESTN THE CITY. INCLUDING
s beautiful White Hearao for children.
No. OS Cor. Summer and Church sts..
Special attention given to Dlainterrisg. Remov
ing and Shipping of Bodies. oct S-3m
FOB S .A. Zj 33
THE FINEST RESIDENCE
HAYINO JUST COMPLETED THE MOST
com o act and desirable residence In the
cltv. I offer it for sale at an extremely low
ac is situ area oertveen i-ars ana Bummer
Streets, fronting on the former, and extending
with its beautiful terraced grounds in rear, to
the latter. The situation is in one of the most
select and retired localities, and on the hJgnest
eminence in the city, affording a fine View ot
the surrounding country for miles. It there
fore, possesses the advantage ofa country resi
dence, and is more preferable, since it ii near
the business portion of the city, and directly
opposite the principal entrance to the future
Capitol Park. No obstruction can e placed
either In front or in the rear of the houre, on
account of tbe Capitol ground! and Summer
Street. This advantage alone is greater than
any other house in the city possesses. Thif
scsidence was built regardless of expense, ana
i3 possessed of all the medern improvements.
It must be seen and examined in order to ba
appreciated, and any one desiring to do so -will
be shown through the house at any time
ScpIO-tx: No. 18 Park Street.
McUREA, MAURY & CO.,
(Successors to John S. Anderson & Ca,)
No. 42 MARKET STREET,
(Spring Brook. Baildlnjr.)
THE TRADE WILL FIND OUR F. M. YOUNG'S
Celebrated Brand o Tennessee Whisky al
ways on hind, and may rely on getting a pure ar
ticle of 80 per cent.. 90 per cent, and proof Whis
ky; alsoDDD and DDDD and FFF Whisky. AU
our liquors wfll be coppered and guaranteed pore,
and the trade may alwavs rely upon getting none
but pure Whiskies, at Cincinnati prices.
novStf McCRtA, MAURY & CO.
ELEGANT AND DURABLE.
Nos. 23 and 27 Nortn College St.,
WOULD CALL ATTENTION TO THEIR
large and elegant stock of Furniture, Chairs,
etc., just received, and which is ths finest and
most desirable assortment of Parlor and Bed-roeni
Furniture ever brought to this marker.
Call and examine 'for yourselves.
You Want It I Everybody Wants
THE .TaAM.TIOTII TVJCEKI.Y
Union and American,
Tno Largest, tno Cheapest, and tne
Best Paper In tne South,
. Seventy-Two Column Paper for
Only Two Hollars a Year.
The latest News by Telegraph FuU drtailsof
ths etirriaa events In Europe a caref ullr pre
pared resume of the home and foreign markets
a complete Agricultural Department, invaluable to
the Farmer and tna Housewife; and a delightful
miscellaneous melange, The Paper for the House
hold, the Business Maxrimd the Labaring Man.
i'rlcc, only two Dollars a. Year.
WHAT OtJIl CONTE3XPOKAKIEf
The Trenton GazetU says : "We take pleasure In
recommending it to ths people of this county as
the ablest, soundest and the most reliable paper
published in Tennessee.
The Hnrf reesboro ifonitor says: "It is now ths
largest weekly in Tennessee, and is filled to reple
tion with the choicest reading matter, telegraphio
news, commercial summaries, etc"
The ClarksvUle Tobacco Ltafttn it Is "the Ian
Sit paper In the State, while in ability it is st least
the equalof any in the South.1'
The jtnoxviUe Whig says : "It is one of ths most
splendidly gotten up weeklies in the South. "
The Fsyette-rlRs Observer says; "The Wxzzi.x
Uxiox amp AtimmiH is now ths largest paper ba
Tennessee, and tbe energy and ability with which
It Is edited amply explain tho cause of the large
support it is receiving.
The Union City llerald says : "It is one of cur
best State papers, and every farmrr and dtiaea
w!K find It s papt r full of information."
The Rogersville Journal sajs "it is the largest
and best paper in tho State."
The St. Louis Time says: "It is one of the finest
weeklies printed North or South."
The Gallatin Examiner says : "I" is a 'whale,' as
the boys would say an argosy of news and edito
rials upon passing events, and the publishers have
reason to be proud of it." "We are glad to sea the
lncreaslngclrculatlon of the Vstos aud AvzaiGAX
in our section, for it deserves it."
The Brownsville JS says: "We regard the
Usioa asd AstxaiCAS as the ablest and most re
liable paper published In the State cf Tennessee."
"The weekly Is a mammoth seventy-two column
triple aVeet, giving more good reading than can
be found anywhere else that we know of for ths
small price of two dollars a yiar.
Remember that this mammoth tvelvs psge pa
per, giving seventy-two columns of reading matter
u wecA, is loraisiiea xar only awo AlollArs s
x. Aaareszz nines an Axxaiaur. Nash
Yon UTant ItX Everybody Want It
Life Insurance Cospany
OF NEW YORK.
A, H. & W."pTHtTItLET,
GENERAL AGENTS FOB MIDDLE T2NNE8BES
No. 6 JIaxweU House, KaahvUlo, Tens.
O EN. JAMES HICKMAN,! Local Agents, Nash
E. B. QLASCOOS, j nue, Tenn.
T- A. ATCHISON, 1L D.,
a W. CTJRREY, M. D., j -
JANUARY" 1, 187a
Number of Policies in ISG9 3,718
Amount Insured In lSG9t21,21G,O0O
Whole number ol Policies ls-
suodbytue Company 27.000
Assotts 3,oOO,lP-j 80
Number of Policies Issued ia July,
s Premiums t5,4S1.390.02
Agents wasted in every County In the JBtate.
For State it large, address
HI. C WILCOX,
For Middle Tszmessee, address
A. II. 4e W. P. HTJKt-EY,
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